How do I submit a technical publication to this site?
I know you have been asking that all week long and were waiting for me to publish the How to get published here.
Well first, you have to write something that is truly yours. I can Google so don't think for a minute about a copy/paste job.
If you write often I'll setup a publisher's account for you. If it's something you would like to share then feel free to send it to me.
Make sure you indicate how much personal information you want published with your article or hands on review.
If you are a business or professional I'll list your company contact information as well.
Now to answer your next question before you ask me.
Why are you allowing people to publish their content on your site?
I don't want to answer a question with a question but it's just too easy to do at times. The reason is simple, when was the last time any computer mag published your fine work? Sure you can post to comments and then watch as a blogger picks up on your comment and publishes an article. Your comment could have been made years ago but credit will always go to the static page owner.
This site has been around awhile so if it's published here it doesn't normally get beat in the search ranks by a copy and paste blogger. It's up to you. I have sent articles in and got zero back from the major online sites. It's like they are too big to listen or maybe they knew all about that old issue I reported. Who knows?
Anyway, email me your attached formatted very nicely word or PDF (PDF is better) and I'll get you placed online and let the learning process begin for all others!
If you need practice you can start rewriting my poor old stuff. I sometimes just don't have the time a weekly blogger has.
One last thing, you don't have to have years of experience to give your opinion about a product. But, because I like keeping things a bit more technical than "I don't like it" I would like for you to offer something that other IT people might like to hear.
Example: The LogicTech K750 Solar keyboard isn't as bad as the comments and private reviews might indicate. It appears with indirect sunlight or a energy 15w lamp even reflected light keeps the keyboard fired up and ready to roll. I would suspect those that are having battery problems haven't learned that it charges while off and when you're not using the unit you need to shut it off. It is a very low charge rate so 24/7 on isn't how it was designed. Not good in dark rooms but if you use a USB 5v light over the top it appears that it gets some charge.
Now, that example is very general and I could go and measure the mAh of the charge rate but I'm still not done testing out the new (3 months) keyboard.
Have fun writing, it does also help resumes if you're looking to promote yourself. I've proven that on another site that I developed.